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Latest Herman Cain Items
Texas Gov. Rick Perry hosted a group of top national Republican fundraisers Tuesday in Austin, leaving at least one of the 20 or so big-money bundlers in attendance convinced that he's going to jump into the presidential race.
Last November proved voters are eager for new blood in Washington. Tea Party activists helped elect individuals who had never before held public office to both the House and Senate. Herman Cain thinks he can tap the same enthusiasm for outside-the-Beltway candidates in his quest for the Republican presidential nomination.
Republican presidential primary candidate Herman Cain says front-runner Mitt Romney cannot win the party's White House nomination next year because of his religion.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain says he would attack Iran to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons or to respond to aggression against Israel.
President Obama said Sunday he planned to nominate former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to head the new U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Relying overwhelmingly on people making the maximum allowable contributions, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney amassed an $18 million campaign war chest that dwarfs that of other Republican presidential candidates, financial disclosures released late Friday show.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke warned U.S. lawmakers Thursday they would deliver a "self-inflicted" wound to the nation's economy by holding up efforts to raise the government's borrowing limit.
Just as Republican leaders on Capitol Hill are splintered on strategy over the debt limit, so is the party's presidential field, with the tea-party wing saying an increase should be rejected and the more moderate elements taking a wait-and-see approach.